[Loadstone] using a database
dave.mehler at gmail.com
Thu Apr 15 03:16:39 BST 2010
Thanks. I think that's exactly what i was looking for. So, do i drop
in the database file, start loadstone, then go to options, i think
it's then database and import or will it pick up the file?
On 4/14/10, Jacob Kruger <jacobk at mailzone.co.za> wrote:
> The database files get stored in different places on different phones - on
> my 6680, it's something like system/apps/loadstone/databases, and on my N82,
> it's something like data/others/loadstone/databases.
> Also, I use FExplorer on my 6680, and while mostly just use the Nokia File
> explorer on my N82, I sometimes also use something called Y-Browser to
> browse slightly different parts of the file structure.
> Stay well
> Jacob Kruger
> Blind Biker
> Skype: BlindZA
> '...fate had broken his body, but not his spirit...'
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> Subject: [Loadstone] using a database
>> I've got loadstone-gps installed on my phone, a Nokia Surge and am
>> wanting to use it. I have followed Josh's next steps posting his blog
>> and have created a database with points around me. That all works, i'd
>> like to know now where to put this database on my phone so
>> loadstone-gps can utilize it? I've used the file manager on my phone
>> to try to find a loadstone folder thinking it might go in there, but i
>> am unable to do so.
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